The longer someone is intentional about their sobriety, the more likely they are to remain sober.
This is why we have made it a priority to support our alumni beyond graduation. One way is by providing the option for graduates to live in sober houses when they finish our program, so we can continue to make available the resources they need to live a sober lifestyle.
We own three sober living facilities in Morris County, and one in Monmouth County. The men who live here pay a small rent fee each week, and each house has a house leader and regulations. These houses serve as a place where graduates can continue to live in a drug-free community and brotherhood of men to encourage one another in recovery and hold each other accountable.